09-21-2013 09:06 AM
I recently sold a 50.00 gift card. The buyer's last transaction date was 3 years ago. The email they used to pay for the item differs from the name on the ebay/paypal account. Their shipping address is located in the USA, yet their email used to pay for the item is a yahoo.uk email address. To top it off, they requested to send the gift card information via EBAY MESSAGE.
Something similar happened last week to me and quite a few other sellers as I gathered from the feedback on that persons ebay feedback. Thoughts anyone?
09-21-2013 09:13 AM
Last week a scammer purchased over 25 or so gift cards from different sellers and immediately reversed the transactions. Many of the sellers delivered the gift card information via ebay message and got shammed.
09-21-2013 11:52 AM
Not true-I do it all the time if I plan to use it online. I also usually pay with an email address that differs from my ebay address. The important part of this remains. You need to mail the card in order to show proof of delivery. If you want to give the info via email as well that's your choice and your risk.
09-21-2013 02:31 PM
And .......wait for it...
"Recently, PayPal received a notification from a user regarding unauthorized access to his PayPal account. As a result, one of the payments credited to your PayPal account has been placed in a temporary hold while we investigate the claim. PayPal constantly monitors transactions for unauthorized use of accounts in order to maintain the safety of our users."
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